Sideshow Collectibles Star Wars Sixth Scale Figure line gets a new addition. The Sideshow Collectibles Jawa Sixth Scale Figure Set.
The set includes two fully articulated Jawa
figures that stand at 8.78″ tall. Each figure comes with a cloth
bandolier, light up LED eyes, multiple interchangeable hands, a blaster,
a restraining bolt space thermos, welder, droid caller, and an ion
The sets sells for $219.99 and ships between March and May of
A curious species, bands of greedy merchant Jawas scour the deserts
of Tatooine for discarded droids and scrap machinery to repair, trade,
and resell. Never seen traveling alone, the Sideshow Collectibles Jawa
Sixth Scale Set includes two fully articulated individuals, each packed
with personality and the ability to pose in an endless variety of
positions for display. Mysteriously concealed in their traditional brown
robes and bandoliers, bright LED-illuminated yellow eyes peer out from
beneath the dark folds of their peaked hoods. Ready to peddle their
hastily refurbished finds, the Jawas are equipped with an impressive
cache of weapons and accessories, including a space thermos, welder,
droid caller, magnetic restraining bolt, a blaster pistol which fits
neatly in a belt holster, and a droid-stunning Ion Blaster for difficult
acquisitions. Scum, villainy, and moisture farmers alike will be
hard-pressed to find a better selection anywhere else!
Bernardo Esquivel (Paint)
Alfred Paredes (Sculpt)
Tim Niver (Sculpt)
Amy & Brayton Carpenter (Costume Fabrication)
Kevin Ellis (Costume Fabrication & Development)
Jesse Lincoln (Development)
Matt Bischof (Development)
The Sideshow Design Team
What’s in the Box?
The Jawa Sixth Scale Figure Set specially features:
Manufacturer: Sun-Star Stationary (Bit of a redundant name don’t you think?)
Out of all the things they ever made resemble the sealing and star wands from Cardcaptor Sakura, these are probably the best. Their quality is very nice, the detailing is perfect (the star wand even has gems on both sides). The only problem is they feel a little limp and flimsy, but that’ll happen when you put a weight at the end of these little pointers. Just don’t ever fully extend it and it’ll feel fine. It’s full length is almost a meter.
Recommendation: They’re cute, but pricey. Usually between 50 and 60 for the set. The Sakura wand pointers are a cute little gimmick item and you can bet that if I ever have a panel at a convention (probably about how it’s ok for guys to love Shoujo) I will be using these on a power point.